View looks from Bull Ring Road into one corner of Life Guard Square. Numbers 14 and 12, on the left edge, face towards the road, moving right numbers 10 to 6 are set at right angles. A rough grassy area can be seen in the centre of the square. William Benn, in his 1926 book 'Wortley-de-Leeds' states, 'Life Guard Square, it is said, has got its name from the little men who lived there at a certain time. It is unclear, however about the identity and significance of these 'little men'. These houses were demolished during a citywide slum clearance programme.
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